Brian Ogle argues for a humane-inspired approach to environmental education in his piece in Green Teacher magazine. Read the full article: A Humane-Inspired Approach.
Dr. AJ Marsden examines the influence of ubiquitous pornography on the American psyche in This Life with Gracie Bonds Staples column in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Read more.
Dr. AJ Marsden opines on the value of young voices in government affairs and the war on drugs in Sept. 17 edition of The Orlando Sentinel Central Florida 100. Read all about it.
St. Louis talk show host Charlie Brennan references Beacon psychologist Dr. A.J. Marsden (though not by name) and the college in regard to her tips for finding the fastest shopping lines she provided in a recent New York Times article. Scroll ahead to 15:00 where the segment begins to listen to the discussion on KMOX […]
In her novel, The Rose Society, Marie Lu observes that, “The irony of life is that those who wear masks often tell us more truths than those with open faces.” Artist Lee Clarke long has been drawn to the intriguing correlation between masks used for different purposes and that confluence of truths. Clarke explores that […]
Dr. A.J. Marsden this week opines on disabilities and the Middle East and Amendment 1 in this week’s edition of The Central Florida 100 in The Orlando Sentinel. Read all about it.
Dr. Nicki Nance shares insight from her background as a master addiction counselor to help couples who are dealing with the volatile mix of addiction and drinking in this U.S. News & World Report article. Read all about it.
Beacon College President George Hagerty chronicles the night he hunkered down with students during Hurricane Matthew in this Orlando Sentinel column. Read all about it.
Lined up just inside a community room at The Villages’ Lake Miona Recreation Center Monday, a group of millennials waited while watching seniors busy as Santa’s elves sorting sundries and packing boxes. The group — members of the Beacon College Human Services-Psychology Organization — were raring to go. And no wonder. With only 69 more […]
Continuing its long philanthropic relationship with Beacon College, the James T. Lee Foundation Inc. recently awarded the Leesburg, Fla. school a $25,000 grant. Since 2008, Beacon College — the first college or university accredited to award bachelor’s degrees primarily to students with learning disabilities, ADHD, and other learning differences — has received at least a […]